307 temporary redirect server error code applies to a resource that has been requested under another URL than the source. A case like this for redirection can be changed on occasion, then a requesting client is recommended to continue to use a Request-URL in the future actions of request. A response is only saved by the Cache Control or Expires Area head field if indicated by the source.
Temporary URLs are recommended to be placed by a location area in the response. However, if a request method came in the HEAD form, then an entity response is best to also include a short text note in hyper form along with the fresh URL link. Many pre-HTTP and early 1.x version user controls to not comprehend and process the 307 temporary redirect error code. It should be acknowledged then that a note in this form is best to contain any necessary information for the end user to submit the request again if needed in a new URL.
307 Temporary Redirect Options
The 307 temporary redirect server code status is acquired as the response to an original service request in a form other than the HEAD or GET fields. Also, the user control can not automatically redirect an original service request unless confirmation by the submitter is received. A situation like this can change conditions of the original request, common in exploits.
A 307 temporary redirect is generally one of two items on average. The first and most common is a technicality on the web server being requested from. Somewhere, somehow, a glitch is your your Apache, IIS, or other web platform that is causing a broken response for users to receiving the 307 temporary redirect http response in their web browser.